Student Guild Executive Officer
Full-time salary: £21,000 to £31,500 (Grade 1)
Start date: July 2021
Location: 7 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3RA
Closing date: 5pm Friday 25th June 2021 [However, applications will be considered on receipt, and therefore early applications are advised]
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 29th June 2021
About the Post
Bloomsbury Institute Student Guild (BISG) is the official and independent representative body for all Bloomsbury Institute students.
BISG acts as an independent source of advice and guidance to students and as a focal point for full engagement of students in the planning, reviewing and enhancement of all aspects of our academic community.
BISG aims to inspire and empower students, creating valued experiences that extend beyond the classroom. They strive for creativity and adventure, encouraging students to challenge themselves and motivate those students around them. All students have access to the societies and clubs run through the Student Guild.
BISG is led by the Student President, who is elected annually by the entire student body, and managed by the Student Guild Manager.
- Under the supervision of the Student Guild Manager, the Student Guild Executive Officer will be responsible for: Assisting the Student Guild Manager to ensure that the strategic priorities set by the student body are delivered and that the systems of student representation are healthy and thriving.
- Managing and maintaining the different operational procedures and processes alongside the associated workflow that will ensure the smooth running of the Student Guild activities and priorities.
How to Apply
Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the title of the post you have applied for in the subject heading of the email.
Applications should include a CV and letter of application:
- Your letter of application and/or CV should set out how you satisfy the essential criteria (and, if applicable, any desirable criteria) as set out in the Person Specification; and
- Your letter of application should set out your competence to undertake the tasks associated with the post as set out in the Job Description.
All applicants are requested to complete a confidential online Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form which will be submitted separately to the CV and letter of application.